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JMC rebrands as Mcintyre and upgrades equipment

Recycling systems manufacturer JMC Recycling Systems unveiled its new branding.

The company will now operate as McIntyre, its original manufacturing name. But for a transitional period, the company will be referred to as ‘McIntyre, a JMC Recycling Systems company’.

The business announced a number of product firsts. Its new machines included the 150 Matrix Easy cable granulation plant. This can process up to 300kg an hour of all cable types when operated with a shredder.

It has a new blade configuration for higher production rates at less cost, longer life, less maintenance and a reduced need for spare parts. The door is also soundproofed to reduce noise and the cutting chamber is equipped with anti-wear plates.

Also on show was the Wagner WS30 hard drive shredder, an easily transported double shaft shredder which has the ability to process 400- 500kg an hour of hard drives. This completely destroys hard drives, so the data is unrecoverable and can also be used for destroying data devices such as CDs and DVDs, plus general WEEE.

The latest upgrade of the McIntyre catalytic converter guillotine was also on show. This features enhanced safety features with the addition of a hands-free opening system. While the guillotine’s previous design prevented operators from accessing the cutting blade, the new version has also made the process of opening the catalytic converters after cutting hands-free.

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